I use it for 6 months, this is my first patch so hard to say it's bad ...
It seems a little fragile connection / disconnection but I have no problem with, it works fine.
For the price it's still okay to Neutrik therefore finish and manufacturing quality level.
Using little patch levels to route my lines it holds the road yet to connect my devices, it does not change the sound that is very neutral!
This is exactly what we asked ...
I would do this choice because the price is correct, but the second patch if need be certainly something better.
- I use it for one month
- 3 conventional modes
- 48 points
Poorer finish than usual at Neutrik (connectors are pretty shaky, but once pluggés ca not move).
Excellent R / P especially OCCAZ.
Essential in a (home) studio worthy of the name if you have LOTS of "machines".
This is a 48-point TRS patchbay. Necessary as soon as we have a rack or a rack flight case of a certain size. Since I have a wardrobe rack, patchbay virtually replaces my 3 tables line mix rack Behringer RX-1602 I used before. But the patch is completed quickly (my rack cabinet is 32 U), it may be that I should buy a second and a XLR-TRS combo at the same time.
It operates in three modes: in "Half-Normalled" (Semi-normalized) in Split (Duplication of the signal) and "Isolated" (Isolated). These three functions are used to increase the signal to the front connector on the back (or vice versa) and to duplicating the signal from an input to both the front channel outputs corresponding to the rear ( or vice versa if we reverse the circuit board of the corresponding channel). It even features that allow riders to make a grounded independently to each connector on the front in case of hum.
Neutrik is renowned for the quality and strength of its connectors, hence my choice ^ ^